Type: Sport, 75 ft
FA: Tom Slater and Ken Klis
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Shared By: Matthew Geyer on Oct 29, 2008
Admins: andy patterson, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Belay from Madison Sq. Garden anchors, traverse the top and step across the gully. [Tip: sling the little tree to keep your line out of the dirt] First bolt a few moves up on good incut holds. Climb straight up following bolts, has a really nice top out.


Far left side of P-wall


draws and a sling


Floyd Hayes
  5.7 PG13
Floyd Hayes  
  5.7 PG13
I learned about this climb here and decided to do it as a second pitch following a Garden Wall climb. At the top of Garden Wall there are two anchors--this climb begins at the right anchor, which requires a tricky move (5.8 or harder) to reach. Watch out for poison oak as you cross the gully and be careful getting to the first bolt--a fall would really hurt! After the third bolt I reached a sloping ledge but could not find another bolt. I climbed several moves up the steep ramp on the left, which seemed where the climb should continue (and where a bolt should be), but still couldn't find a bolt, so I downclimbed and escaped on easy class 4 terrain to the right, arriving at the Letterman anchor. Now that I'm looking at the route photo I'm seeing that a fourth bolt should have been on the ramp--so either it's no longer there or I'm losing my eyesight... Mar 22, 2010
Bryan Carroll
Los Osos, CA
Bryan Carroll   Los Osos, CA

I lead this yesterday and I found all the bolts where they are supposed to be, though I did find the last bolt a bit harder to spot than those previous. And also if you feel the need, you can sling the tree to prevent falling into poison oak and stinging nettle before clipping the first bolt. May 24, 2010
Floyd Hayes
  5.7 PG13
Floyd Hayes  
  5.7 PG13
Found the 4th bolt the second time--don't know how I missed it the first! Jun 1, 2010
Ryan Nevius
Chiang Mai, TH
Ryan Nevius   Chiang Mai, TH
OK climb. Well protected. Major poison oak when I was there, but it wouldn't be good old Bishop Peak if there wasn't! May 28, 2011